The Best Female Online Dating Profile

(Last Updated On: 05/24/2015)

best-female-dating-profileI have noticed the following dating profile about a month ago, and I decided to post it here with very minor changes, as I consider this the most interesting and overall – the best female online dating profile I have seen so far, or at least one of the very best. Some would consider this profile to be too negative and opinionated, but I strongly believe that “playing it safe” is not the right way to go when it comes to online dating. You are much better off speaking your mind, as that will significantly increase your chances of finding a reader who will relate and agree with what you say. So, here is the profile that I simply had to post here. Obviously, I don’t know much about the writer, but clearly she is not your average girl. She is articulate, funny, and opinionated at the very least.

About Me:

I have always winced at the thought of online dating… but in the name of open-mindedness, f*** it. After being thoroughly disappointed in the trashy local nightlife, I have come to the conclusion that meeting people here might not be the worst idea. So, here goes…

Despite being very busy (aren’t we all?), I make it a point to find the time for doing the things I like and spending the time with people who I care about, and I absolutely refuse to become a salve of my work or other obligations. I like people who have brains, humor and wit, spunk, self-confidence (not narcissism), resilience, strength of character, a willingness to learn and be taught (humility), those who have been through some sh-t in life and pushed through it (I am not going to make your lemonade for you). If what you think and talk about goes deep beneath the surface, it won’t go unnoticed by me.

I think video games are retarded – I want my future kids to be cut up and bruised from climbing trees and riding bikes, not fat-assed in front of the TV being conditioned for army drone piloting. That goes for my partner as well.

No small penises (seriously), douchey facial hair styles (i.e. the Berkeley Beard, anal-retentive chinstrap or Flavr Savr), high maintenance egos, military men/law enforcement, and guys who spend more than an hour a day at a gym.

First Date:

I can say what my first date nightmares are:

1) Fancy restaurant “wining & dining” – schmoozing is laughable

2) Bar or nightclub yelling in each other’s ear.

I am interning at the local Zoo. If I like you, I might let you feed the tigers with me ;).

The above writing style is not for everyone, and you might consider it to be too harsh and not reflecting of who you are. Obviously, there are many ways to write a great dating profile, and the above was just one of the. But, even a short paragraph alone can communicate that a woman is much smarter and more interesting than most. Here is an actual example from a profile:

I disapprove of joining cults and cover bands. I approve of paid time off and karaoke. I discourage overindulgence and under-stimulation. I encourage playing with children and learning a second language. I dislike meddlers and pedophiles. I like photographs and fist fights. I am uninterested in vapid minds and perverts. I am interested in smart asses and challenging repartee. Now what?

The main principle that the above two types of writing have is that they unique, bold and different, and that’s how your dating profile should be.

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19 Comments

  1. Sounds like a girl who will tell it to you straight to your face… in a nice way.

  2. Harsh but so true. Pushing the boundaries of what's acceptable is what makes any writing interesting, including a dating profile.

  3. Wow, what a coincidence. I am not a big fan of plagiarizing when it comes to anything, including dating profiles. I hope that other readers use your profile as an inspiration for their own unique writing style, rather than just copying it.

  4. Hundreds of thousands. It's rare to read what a woman brings to the relationship; more often it's a litany of shaming language exposing her vapidity and bitterness. Profiles like these are horrid, yet the "normal" profile is tinged with an almost palpable form of rueful resignation.

  5. Strong, independent, and financially secure men likely won't find her smug, entitled and hyper-critical essay as appealing as you do.

  6. How unfortunate for you that you spend so much of your profile dissing others. Are you capable of self-reflection and seeing what others might find reprehensible in this profile? If it doesn't matter what others think, then you may be on the path to full-blown narcissistic personality disorder.

  7. It IS laughable. Too many women write profiles designed for other women to snicker at in a kind of sisterhood group misandry session.

    In a stunning display of unwarranted entitlement behavior taken to an extreme, a profile like this convinces me that too many women either have no concept of, or interest in marketing qualities that would attract others.

  8. lol…too funny!! I thought about doing that once, I reconsidered for that very reason…

  9. This same "about me" is on dozens of different POF profiles..

  10. @Sue,
    I'm a woman and I thought her profile was great! You probably have a boring ass dating profile and talk about your cats, your love of laughter, family and any other generic shit. Oh and let's not forget being perfectly content with staying in at night!

    She was original and if I were a man I'd email her right away. She's sharp and witty!

  11. I thought it was awful and managed to be both aggressive and defensive at the same time. If I were a man I would smell trouble there.

  12. I'm just wondering what this "Flavr Savr" beard is that she's talking about.

  13. In writing an online profile, please be yourself! You will only waste people’s time, and even worst your own. The best advice it to be simple, says a few favorite things about yourself, and a few things you admire about others personalities. There all types of men in this world whom find aggressive women fascinating and others who like a woman to be mild and humble. Maybe if people could just be themselves the divorce rate would drop substantially. If you find you are having a hard time being yourself, perhaps there is an issue with self-esteem and your time would be better spent on articles to improve in this area. After all you will not love another soul if you first have not learned to love your unique self.  Good luck, wishing much happiness and love and fortune to ALL! Jennifer Kathleen Walsh

  14. Well quite interesting to have come across my own profile today! I am very out spoken in life and thought I should come across the same way in my Profile. I have allot to offer and would like to meet someone that can laugh at my profile and and have a lot to offer also. Also came across a few ladies today that have copied my profile and changed it up some.. Hope they know what it al means to be posting it 🙂

  15. practicalhappiness.com

    Good question. I guess by “outspoken” I didn’t think she means the negative connotation that sometimes is attributed to the term. To mean it meant someone who is more straightforward and doesn’t mind expressing her opinions and saying how she thinks without “sugarcoating”. That is my assumption of course, as only the author knows what she meant.

  16. You have spoken so much about how women who are ‘soft’ and ‘feminine’ are the most attractive in other posts; so what is it about the profile that you love so much? why is being outspoken in an online profile better than doing it in real life?

  17. Wow. What a vapid narcissist. All about me me me and what "I" want. Nothing for this reader to see any interest in. Honestly, what does she have to offer a prospective date. Sounds like she wants a lot of values in another that she doesn't even possess herself. Thanks for the laugh.

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